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Murals brighten up Vancouver Safe Stay Community Hope Village

September 23, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Nonprofit organization Fourth Plain Forward, through a partnership with the Clark County Mural Society and the city of Vancouver, is installing local art to beautify the city’s second Safe Stay… Read story

Washington School for the Deaf alumna named 2023 Washington State Teacher of the Year

September 15, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

Even if Dana Miles didn’t have a massive poster board in her classroom that read “Congratulations Dana!”, it would be pretty clear just how much her students love her. Read story

Everybody Has a Story: Saving suffering stranger in mud flats

September 25, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Life

This story starts out 30 years ago, with two different pairs of guys enjoying a day at the coast. Read story

WSU Clark County Extension's Harvest Celebration Day offers a chance to tour small farms.

Try This: Wine and Food Fest; Bricktastic!; farm tour; CouveCon

WSU Clark County Extension's Harvest Celebration Day offers a chance to tour small farms.

September 15, 2022, 6:02am Latest News

Five things to do this week Read story

DuckTales, which was at 612 North Devine Road, announced its closure Sept. 6.

Vancouver restaurant DuckTales Kitchen closes, cites difficulty overcoming COVID challenge

DuckTales, which was at 612 North Devine Road, announced its closure Sept. 6.

September 9, 2022, 6:07am Business

The Vancouver restaurant DuckTales Kitchen closed its doors for the last time Tuesday. Read story

Chlovena Byrd and Owen Ratliff, friends for 30 years, look at exhibits before the "Fourth Plain Forward: Building Community" presentation began.

Fourth Plain Forward project looks to past to plan for future

Chlovena Byrd and Owen Ratliff, friends for 30 years, look at exhibits before the "Fourth Plain Forward: Building Community" presentation began.

September 6, 2022, 6:02am Business

By looking at Fourth Plain’s past, historians are identifying ways to combat gentrification and community displacement along Vancouver’s international corridor. Read story

Woman reached for knuckle knife while being detained in Vancouver shoplifting case, police say

August 30, 2022, 3:16pm Clark County News

A Portland woman is accused of reaching for metal knuckles with a knife blade attached when an employee stopped her from trying to shoplift more than $800 worth of clothes Monday night from Macy’s at the Vancouver Mall. Read story

New residents flooded central Vancouver to work at the Kaiser Shipyards during World War II, leading the city's population -- and water demands -- to surge. In response, Water Station 5 was built in 1942 to meet these needs, but its infrastructure has weakened over the decades since then.

Vancouver water station spruce up includes earthquake proofing

New residents flooded central Vancouver to work at the Kaiser Shipyards during World War II, leading the city's population -- and water demands -- to surge. In response, Water Station 5 was built in 1942 to meet these needs, but its infrastructure has weakened over the decades since then.

August 29, 2022, 6:07am Clark County News

Crews are preparing to seal the first renovated reservoir at Vancouver’s largest water station, advancing the city’s comprehensive plan to create a resilient water system. Read story

Former Lifeline Connections President and CEO Jared Sanford, from left, former President and CEO Joe Foster, Interim President and CEO Brandy Branch and incoming President and CEO Andrea Brooks pose for a photo Wednesday during a 60th anniversary celebration event for the organization at the Clark County Center for Community Health Building. Sister events were held at three other Lifeline Connections locations across Washington.

Lifeline Connections celebrates 60th anniversary

Former Lifeline Connections President and CEO Jared Sanford, from left, former President and CEO Joe Foster, Interim President and CEO Brandy Branch and incoming President and CEO Andrea Brooks pose for a photo Wednesday during a 60th anniversary celebration event for the organization at the Clark County Center for Community Health Building. Sister events were held at three other Lifeline Connections locations across Washington.

August 11, 2022, 6:00am Clark County Health

When Billy Peck first visited Lifeline Connections in Vancouver, his addiction to drugs and alcohol consumed him. Read story

Vancouver shooting leaves man wounded

August 8, 2022, 10:05am Clark County News

A 34-year-old man suffered multiple gunshot wounds Sunday night in central Vancouver. Read story